Rev. Met. Paris
Volume 105, Number 6, June 2008Blast Furnace
|Page(s)||333 - 341|
|Published online||02 July 2008|
Paintability of thin organic coated galvanized steel: pilot plant study
Thin organic coated steels have been widely used in the building industry due to their formability, anticorrosive and antifinger print characteristics. In this work paintability properties of these coated steels were studied. Several thin organic coated steel sheets were treated by means of a roll coater following standard procedures (primer + topcoat) and only with topcoat (in this case, the thin organic coating was used as a primer). Characterization tests were carried out in terms of gloss, hardness, adherence and corrosion resistance.
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